Bradley MacMaster will present a program on the D&H Canal and D&H Railroad in Honesdale at the Equinunk Historical Society, 1972 Pine Mill Rd., 1pm. Established in the early 1800's, the company recently filed to discontinue its trackage rights. Doors open at noon. 570/224-6722.
Manchester Community Library holds book sale, 3879 Hancock Hwy., 9am-12noon. Hard cover $2, paper back $1, 5/$1. 570/224-8500.
A certified lecturer for the Federated Garden Clubs of America, retired landscape architect and TV host, Barbara Schaedler, presents "Garden Design Crosses the Pont to America" at the Equinunk Historical Society, 1 pm. 570/224-6722, email firstname.lastname@example.org, visit www.equinunkhistory.org.
A three-day "History in Bloom" exhibit will run for three days at the Equinunk Historical Society Calder Museum. The exhibit showcases the creative efforts of eight area florists and nursery owners who will interpret vignettes in the Calder Museum. Fri. 2-4pm, Sat. and Sun. 12 noon-4pm. 570/224-6722.
Ken Parks presents "Keep the Home Fires Burning: Songs of the Great War, 1914-16" a return engagement at the Equinunk Historical Society, 1972 Pine Mill Rd., 1pm. Doors open at noon. 570/224-6722, visit www.equinunkhistory.org.
In a return engagement, actor/singer and historian Ken Parks presents “Follow the Drum: British and American Songs of the Great War, 1914–1917” at the Equinunk Historical Society, 1972 Pine Mill Rd., 1pm. 570/224-6722, www.equinunkhistory.org.
Equinunk Volunteer Fire Company will hold their annual chicken BBQ, 12 noon. Take outs available. Held rain or shine.
Home furnishings, small appliances, upright freezer, housewares, dishes, tools, something for everyone, 9am-3pm. 23 Coyote Ln., 1.5 miles from PA side of Kellems Bridge, follow signs on NY & PA side.
The Equinunk Historical Society Car Show, Pine Mill Rd. For owners of vintage, classic and rare vehicles. Free. People’s Choice Award and several Special Recognition awards are presented. Featuring a DJ, food, craft and flea market vendors, bake and book sales, door prizes and dash plaques for entrants.
Manchester Community Library, 3879 Hancock Hwy., holds a book sale, 9am-12noon. Thousands of volumes available. Hardcovers 50 cents each, soft covers, 5 for a $1.00. 570/224-8500.